Contest – Sympathy Gifts

GiftTree is always searching the globe for gifts that can be engraved. We have the ability to engrave on several different materials so we don’t have many limitations. GiftTree’s personalized gifts are known for being unique, even unexpected. Our Amazing Grace Engravable Wind Chimes for example, have become a popular sympathy gift. Who would have thought? Flowers and fruit baskets for the family who has lost a loved one will always be appreciated, but something special like engraved wind chimes are extra sentimental.

We’d like to hear from you! What gift or item can you suggest that could be engraved to be a nice sympathy gift or sympathy gift basket? Leave a comment here with your suggestion and you’ll be entered to win one of our gourmet gift baskets. We’ll choose our very favorite suggestion. You never know, we may end up carrying it on GiftTree.

It won’t earn you extra entries this time, but of course, we’re always thankful when our readers follow us on Twitter or tweet about this contest. The deadline to enter is midnight (PST) Monday, March 9th. The winner will be contacted by email and announced on this blog and Twitter.

Thanks for playing!


  1. I hope you update more info.

  2. I think a key chain with a picture locket could be good for either a male or female – depending on the style of the locket. The locket could be removed and worn on a chain if the recipient wanted to. I know I would love to have one! Thank you so much for the opportunity to participate in this giveaway!

  3. A watch/necklace watch pendant!
    engraved with “Someday in time we will be together again”

  4. Lamps might be a good suggestion, and you could engrave something at its base?

  5. Could you engrave a flower pot and put a plant in it so that as it grows people are reminded that life will continue to grow in other ways.

  6. If a close friend has a holiday or other greeting card sent to them by the deceased he/she can have the card mounted in a clear plastic or lucite type material that can be engraved. The card can be open so all sides/parts of the card can be on view…provided the sentiment expressed by the deceased would be appreciated by the deceased’s family. [You know, a sentiment that would show the deceased’s kindness, thoughtfulness, sense of humor, or anything that could be “related to” by the deceased’s family.]

  7. A pot for plants.

  8. A lovely pen set

  9. one of those glass picture frames they sell at the mall store that has everything engrave-able, so they can put a picture of the person in it

  10. A silver pillar candle holder engraved to say something like “In Loving Memory of ___________ who is present in our heaerts”.

  11. A garden gazing ball would be my suggestion.

    madamerkf at aol dot com

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